The Nar Phu Valley trek is one of the most remote and peaceful hiking paths in the Annapurna area, with spectacular views of Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Manaslu, Machhapuchhre, Lamjung Himal, Tilicho peak, and other peaks. The hike begins at Bhulbhule and leads to Nar and Phu villages through a beautiful trail.
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During the walk, one may see distant villages, small valleys, beautiful woods, incredible rock formations, yaks, historic Buddhist temples, and distinct Himalayan cultures. People of diverse ethnic groups like as Gurung, Magar, Manangi, and Bhotes live and practice Tibetan Buddhism in the Nar Phu Valley, which is located in a remote location between the famed Damodar Kunda and the Annapurna region. Explore a Tibetan village that hasn't been affected by the outside world and is still in its traditional form.
This trek costs $1290 per person on average.
Koto is the starting point for the Nar Phu Valley hike. During the journey, the track follows a circular route that passes via the Kang La pass (5.240 m). The route comes to a conclusion at the exact spot where you began your circle. The excursion begins with a drive from Kathmandu to Bhulbhule via the Lamjung route.
We arrive in Chyamje and begin our walk via Koto and Meta before arriving at Phu village. We visit the renowned Tashi Lakhang Monastery in Phu village, which is one of the world's 108 finest monasteries. We continue on along the moraine towards Nar Village, escorted by Lamjung Himal, Tilicho, Annapurna, and a slew of other peaks. We'll return through the Annapurna circuit trek route after crossing the Kang La Pass. We'll pass the world-famous Thorong La Pass and Muktinath, after a beautiful flight from Jomsom to Pokhara, our adventure comes to a close.thin the lower Mustang area, if we stick to the path.
The Nar Phu Valley Trek is a rural Nepalese hiking destination. The journey takes you to an elevation of more than 5400 meters over the course of 20 days. There will be numerous uphills and downhills on this journey. This trip will take you an average of 6 hours each day.
The Nar Phu trip is classified as a moderate Himalayan hike. The first day of this journey, for example, will take you from Kathmandu (1400 m) to Koto (2,600 m).
When flying in from Kathmandu, the altitude rise is less than a height gain in one day compared to Lukla (2,860 m) in the Everest Region. During our guiding in the Himalayas, we have never had anyone become sick in Namche Bazaar (3,440 m) in the Everest area.
If we were to compare the Nar Phu trek elevation to the Namche trek elevation, we would estimate that it will take 4 to 5 days to reach this height. Despite the high passes, the altitude sickness rate is lower than in other Nepal hiking locations.
It has nothing to do with age or health. Despite this, our route allows you plenty of time to acclimate. And the key is to take it gently, remain hydrated, and pay attention to what your body is telling you.
Permit fees for Nar Phu valley treks are US$ 90 per person per week from September to November and US$ 75 from December to August. Magnificent mountains, high passes, glaciers, gorges, lush woods, spectacular rock formations, quiet towns, and Buddhist temples abound on the Nar Phu valley trip.
Explained below is the 21 days itinerary for your Nar-Phu valley trek which may or may not go as planned due to unavoidable circumstances such as weather change, health issues.
Our staff will welcome, greet, and welcome you at the Kathmandu airport, and you will be taken to your confirmed accommodation. When you get to the hotel, check-in and get some rest because you may be experiencing jet lag. Later on, you may relax at your hotel or take a stroll around Thamel's streets. A hotel will be used for overnight accommodations.
At Kathmandu, today is your free day. After breakfast at the hotel, you have a variety of options for how you want to spend your day; Kathmandu is a varied and cultural city with a lot to offer. Swyamambhunath (also known as the monkey temple), Pashupatinath temple, and/or Boudhanath Stupa are the three most prominent holy sites.
We begin our journey from Kathmandu to Bhubhule in the west, which will take around 6 to 7 hours. Throughout the journey, we will be surrounded by the tranquillity of the countryside, with numerous gorgeous vistas of rivers, farms, hills, and woods. When you arrive at Bhulbhule, check into the lodge and rest. The group will spend the night in a nearby lodge.
We begin our journey today by leaving Bhulbhule village and passing the waterfall along the riverbank before rising up to Bahundanda, where we will spend the night. If there is still time, you can go exploring in the village. The group will spend the night in a nearby lodge.
After breakfast, we continue on the route to Syange village for approximately two hours, passing past farms and minor towns. To get to Syange, we'll take a brief descent and then cross a lengthy bridge over the Marsyangdi River. From Syange, the route ascends slowly from the river to a vertical ascent to Jagat. We next go down a steep route, passing through a large, beautiful waterfall on our way to Chyamje. The group will spend the night in a nearby lodge.
Grab your breakfast and get ready to travel to Dharapani, your next destination. The route follows the Marshyangdi River's bank, and you'll begin rising to Tal, where you'll join the Manang district. The route then continues through pine trees and barley, rice, and potato fields. After a while, you'll arrive at Kodo village, which will bring you to Dharapani.
We continue our trek down the river bank for a while, walking on a mule track in between a Fir, taller Oak, and Maple woodland. The views of Mount Manaslu and Peak 29 are breathtaking along the route. The route will lead you through a pine forest until you reach Latamarang, where you may have a break before continuing on through the forest to Koto. Overnight lodging will be provided in a hotel.
We will pass through a checkpoint after breakfast, and after completing the procedures, we will continue our journey along the riverbank of Soti Khola. Before arriving in Dharmasala, we'll pass through pine forests, rivers, and suspension bridges. We rise slowly to Meta village after trekking through the woods for a while. We've reached the Tibetan Plateau's base and get a spectacular view of Annapurna II and Lamjung Himal from here. The group will spend the night in a nearby lodge.
We continue our hike down the riverbank after breakfast and stumble upon some mani shortens. Then we ascend up from the riverbed to the Phu Valley's entrance. We travel for roughly two hours from here to Phu village, one of the secret settlements. The group will spend the night in a nearby lodge.
This is the acclimatization day in Phu village; instead of relaxing at a high altitude, it is preferable to acclimate to the environment. Since you're in the Annapurna region's secret valley, have a look to learn about Lama, Ghale, and Gurung culture and lifestyle. You may also visit one of the oldest Buddhist monasteries and marvel at the Himlung Himal's breathtaking views.
You will return to Phu gate Khyang after breakfast and continue your journey to Narrow village. Along the trip, you'll pass through several stunning gorges and waterfalls, as well as get a glimpse of the majestic Pisang mountain. We reach Nar village after crossing the Narrow gate on the top of the hill after some steady trekking. The group will spend the night in a nearby lodge.
Today, we'll visit Nar village, which is a hidden gem in the Annapurna area. You may spend the day hiking in the neighboring areas or learning about the Nar village's culture and way of life. The group will spend the night in a nearby lodge.
Today is going to be a difficult and lengthy day. Nonetheless, when we travel across the Kang La pass, it is well worth it. We get a wonderful view of Pisang peak, Annapurna II, Gangapurna, and Tilicho peak as we reach the summit of the pass after a fast hike. After that, we cross the Kang La hill and descend for an hour to Ngawal through a grassy path. Overnight lodging will be provided.
After breakfast, we continue on our route, which is bordered on both sides by meadows. Braga hamlet, with its magnificent monastery with shortens and mani walls, can be seen along the path. Before us are the huge peaks of Annapurna II (7937 m), Annapurna III (7555 m), Annapurna IV (7525 m), Gangapurna (7455 m), and Tilicho peak (7134 m). After a little ascent, we arrive at Manang, where we will spend the night.
We continue our journey towards Thorang La after breakfast. We rise to Tenki, leaving the Arshyangdi River, through a route that goes through alpine fields and scrubby juniper woods. You will climb steadily higher from Tenki to Letdar. The flocks of blue sheep grazing on the steep slopes may be seen along the route. When you arrive in Letdar, check into the lodge and relax for a little before touring the area. The group will spend the night in a nearby lodge.
We'll leave Letdar behind and climb slowly to the cliff's edge before dropping to the Marsyangdi river and crossing a wooden bridge. We continue on to Thorung High Camp after a short climb up the bank's summit route. The group will spend the night in a nearby lodge.
We'll arrive at Thorong La pass shortly after leaving Thorang high pass. The views of Gangapurna, Annapurna, Thorong peak, and Khatung Kang peak are spectacular. We next make our way to Muktinath, which takes around 4 to 5 hours. We arrive at Muktinath to be greeted with prayer flags and spectacular views of Dhaulagiri. Muktinath is also home to a large number of Tibetans and Buddhists. You can go about the Muktinath temple's surroundings and enjoy the village. The group will spend the night in a nearby lodge.
You can do a traditional Puja at Muktinath temple in the morning, which is believed to bless you with redemption from your sins. Later, we descend to Kagbeni, where we may get a taste of the secluded Mustang and see the Sakya Buddhist divide. The group will spend the night in a nearby lodge.
Following morning, you will fly from Jomson to Pokhara, which will take around 30 minutes. When you arrive in Pokhara, check into your accommodation and relax or go sightseeing in the area. Pokhara is a lovely city with a large lake, Hindu and Buddhist temples, caves, and mountain vistas. Taking a boat trip on Phewa Lake is an excellent way to appreciate Pokhara's beauty.
We leave behind Nepal's tourism capital and drive for around 6 hours to reach Kathmandu. While traveling back, take in the scenery, and keep an eye out for the Trishuli River on your left. You will be transferred to your accommodation upon arrival in Kathmandu. You may either rest and relax at the hotel or go for a stroll around Thamel's streets in search of gifts.
The last day of your program is today. After breakfast, you'll pack your belongings, freshen yourself, and check out of the hotel. Depending on your travel time, you will be taken to the international airport to catch your aircraft to your next destination. Have a safe voyage ahead of you.
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